SAECG


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SAECGSignal-Averaged Electrocardiogram
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It, therefore, follows that MVP patients with mitral regurgitation showing ventricular late potentials on SAECG form a high risk group10.
The first was to investigate 12-lead resting ECG, SAECG and 24-h ambulatory ECG in chronic Chagas disease as predictors of a composite of new onset VT and cardiac death.
The study correlates for the first time both QT parameters and T wave variables with SAECG and LVP.
Signal averaged ECG (SAECG): Signal-averaged ECG has shown a significant correlation between presence of late potentials and occurrence of sustained VT (73,74).
Non-classic prolapse was defined as the displacement of leaflets for more than 2 mm with maximal leaflet thickness less than 5 mm.11 Recording of SAECG was done by using following three components:
The dividend reflects the continued confidence of our Board of Directors in the future success of the Company." The Company's products include proprietary signal-averaging electrocardiography (SAECG) software used in the detection of potentially lethal heart arrhythmias.